Diana de Poitiers amantes de Enrique II de Francia
Diane de Poitiers 1499-1566 - Francesco Primaticcio, Mistress to Henri II of…
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Diane de Poitiers (1499 - 1566). Mistress of Henri II from 1538 to his death in 1559. She completely controlled the King and his court, and placed herself above the queen. After Henri died, the queen forced Diane to return everything the king had given her, and had her banished from court.
Château d'Anet (Hall d'Honneur) the hideway of the royal lovers, Diana de Poitiers and king Henri II, designed by Philibert de l'Orme (architect), photographed by Francis Hammond (Flammarion).
Chateau de Anet, Diana de Poitiers
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Diana de Poitiers, amante del rey frances Enrique II, fue una de las cortesanas mas famosas de su tiempo. Lleva el pelo sencillamente adornado y arreglado para hacer que su frente parezca mas ancha, un aspecto que estuvo de moda entre las mujeres. También lleva unos sencillos pendientes de lagrima, muy populares en el siglo XVI
nataliakoptseva: 1538 Primaticcio Portrait of Diane de Poitiers, a favorite of Henry II
"Courtesan" - Diane de Poitiers. Mistress of Henri II of France
Diana de Poitiers In 1866, Georges Guiffrey published her correspondence. When French experts dug up the remains of Diane de Poitiers in 2009, they found high levels of gold in her hair. It is suggested that the "drinkable gold" she regularly took—believed to preserve youth—may have ultimately killed her.
Diana de Poitiers, the mystress of Henry II, is presented in this painting as Diana the Huntress; twenty years older than the king, the duchess played a role of a mentor and an adviser to the king; Catherine Medici, whom Henry marries in 1533, is Diana's distant relative; and by this time Henry's mistress turns into a patronizing and sometimes abusive mother-in-law. To a keen observer the intertwined letters H (Henry) and C (Catherine), that we find in some royal palaces, may even suggest a…